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Bemidji State continues commitment to cultural arts

For the last two years, the Bemidji State American Indian Resource Center has hosted a series of Makizinikewin workshops for students and community members.  Their commitment to the cultural arts is just one way the center supports students and families as part of the Bemidji State University community.  Fall workshops commence November 10-11 and November 11-12.  Contact Bill Blackwell to register wblackwell@bemidjistate.edu   - Read More

Makizinikewin Workshops at Jay Cooke State Park!

House of Howes will be teaching Makizinikewin through Jay Cooke State Park.  Two separate workshops, a one day moccasin construction workshop, and a three evening session commence this October to celebrate November as Native American Awareness Month. These workshops are open to all.  Participants should contact the park to register. Click the link for workshop information. http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/state_parks/events.html?location=spk00187      - Read More

Howes featured speaker at 9th Annual AAUW Fundraiser

House of Howes Artist and Inspired Natives Collaborator is excited to be asked to speak at the American Association of University Women Scholarship Fundraiser this November 2.  The event includes dinner at the Northland Country Club, speakers, a music program, and silent auction.  Funds raised provide scholarships for local women.    - Read More

Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission (GLIFWC) celebrates the return of the Omashkooz (elk) with collaboration with House of Howes

To celebrate the return of the Omashkooz, the elk, the Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission asked Howes to create a piece of art to celebrate.  Howes took the woodland style and combined it with her Ojibwe floral aesthetic to create Omashkooz and Return of the Medicines.  Here the omashkooz and her descendant carry the medicines which also return as part of a healthy ecosystem, healthy people, and healthy living.   These medicines feature prominently in Howes' contemporary floral designs.  "Our florals are meant to tell a story.  They tell about our medicines, our foods, and our way of life. ..  - Read More

15% Off All House of Howes Orders to Celebrate One Year as an Inspired Native Artist!

In recognition of the amazing journey this past year has been, House of Howes is celebrating by discounting this weekend!! This Thursday to Monday get 15% off all House of Howes Orders! Just enter the promo code "Inspired"! Be Inspired! And Miigwech (thank you) for supporting Inspired Natives!!  - Read More

Rock Your Mocs Run Success

Ultra Endurance running has a new face and it’s a regional one. Largely due to the group of the local Indigenous Women’s Running Group, the Kwe Pack, (kwe is Ojibwemowin for woman) record numbers of Native runners have been participating in half marathons, 25k, marathons, and ultra races (over 26.2). They have been running together for over 4 years promoting wellness, running, healthy lifestyles, and endurance running in the Native community. The week of November 8 is “Rock Your Mocs” week, a week to promote awareness, cultural pride, and cultural arts in and around Native American communities. To promote running..  - Read More

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